This year’s London Festival of Architecture has a theme titled ‘Fresh.’ It is but natural that the architects are challenged to come up with creations that reflect this theme. Corus, Europe’s steel giant, and The London Festival of Architecture did exactly that. Tonkin Liu’s Corus Fresh Flower is the winning design for a mobile pavilion that fits the bill perfectly, and it will move across the five hubs that will host the festival from 20th June to 20th July. The steel flower has 11 petals that ascend synchronously around a central stalk. The latter creates the space within around which a stage rotates. The design is very versatile and adaptive. Not only can an entry be created through either of the different gaps in-between petals, but the looks can also be modified by changing the petals’ positions. Corus steel is the preferred product for creating the entire flower that boasts of petals ranging from 2.7 to 4.3 m in height and an area of 97sq m when in full bloom. The inner stalk will be a splendid feature with LEDs lighting it up for visitors. Without doubt the Festival will have many interesting creations on display but the Corus Fresh Flower will be no less than either one. Its blooming will be eagerly awaited by all the visitors.